Shelterbelt interception of agrichemicals: Model and field results

Connell, R. J., Woodward, S. J. R., Zabkiewicz, J. A. and Hewitt, A. J. (2010). Shelterbelt interception of agrichemicals: Model and field results. In: P. Balsari, P. I. Carpenter, S. E. Cooper, C. R. Glass, B. Magri, C. Mountford-Smith, T. H. Robinson, D. Stock, W. A. Taylor, E. W. Thornhill and J. van de Zande, Proceedings of the 2010 Meeting of the Association of Applied Biologists: International Advances in Pesticide Application. 2010 Meeting of the Association of Applied Biologists: International Advances in Pesticide Application, Cambridge, United Kingdom, (443-448). 5-7 January 2010.

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Author Connell, R. J.
Woodward, S. J. R.
Zabkiewicz, J. A.
Hewitt, A. J.
Title of paper Shelterbelt interception of agrichemicals: Model and field results
Conference name 2010 Meeting of the Association of Applied Biologists: International Advances in Pesticide Application
Conference location Cambridge, United Kingdom
Conference dates 5-7 January 2010
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 2010 Meeting of the Association of Applied Biologists: International Advances in Pesticide Application   Check publisher's open access policy
Journal name Aspects of Applied Biology   Check publisher's open access policy
Place of Publication Wellesbourne, Warwick, United Kingdom
Publisher Association of Applied Biologists
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISSN 0265-1491
Editor P. Balsari
P. I. Carpenter
S. E. Cooper
C. R. Glass
B. Magri
C. Mountford-Smith
T. H. Robinson
D. Stock
W. A. Taylor
E. W. Thornhill
J. van de Zande
Volume 99
Start page 443
End page 448
Total pages 6
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Field trials showed 1.5 m high dense shelterbelt (hedge) reduced drift as predicted by Raupach et al. (2001) but the quality of the results varied with atmospheric turbulence. Measured bleed velocities matched drag coefficients predicted by Raupach et al. (2001), but also suggested constriction of air flow could occur in dense stiff shelterbelts at higher wind velocities.
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